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Simple. Unscrew the front panel and remove the front cover. now its visable of your blower motor. take long toothbrush or tied with a stick, slowly brush your blower teeth. and then keep a news paper covering your indoor and switch on. All the dust will fall down not spread over the room. Refix the front panel and screw again. Don't forget to clean air filter too. Thanks.
Air-Filter Cleaning the Air Filter The air filter should be cleaned as described below at intervals of approximately 100 hours. When the filter is used for approximately 100 hours, the message "CLEAN THE AIR FILTER" appears when the projector is switched on. 1 Switch the projector power supply OFF, and remove the power cord from the power outlet. 2 Clean the air filter with a vacuum cleaner. 3 Reset the Filter Timer using the function of the FILTER TIME on the OPTION Menu. Please refer to the description of the "FILTER TIME" on the Table 9: MAIN Menu. Replacing the Air Filter Replace the air filter if contamination cannot be removed, or if it is damaged. To order a new air filter see page 26 for contact information. 1 Switch the projector power OFF, and remove the power cord from the power outlet. 2 Remove the filter cover and the filter. 3 Replace the new air-filter and the filter cover. 4 Reset the Filter Timer using the function of the FILTER TIME on the OPTION Menu. Refer to the description of the "FILTER TIME" on Table 9: MAIN Menu.
these filters can usually be removed and cleaned by carefully sliding it upwards. Some units they just unclip, pop off with a sligh force. However removing the filter will only expose the evaporator, it is MUCH recommended to remove the entire back cover of the unit to gain access to the condenser and clean both of the radiators.
Remove the front of he unit, as if you're going to clean the filter. That will give you access to what you need to clean. Use warm water and dish washing liquid to wipe off the mildew. Rinse with clear water and a sponge, dry thoroughly and replace the filter and the front of the unit.
NOTE: Before attempting any of the above. Turn the unit OFF & Unplug it.
Locate the cabin air filter container on your Lincoln LS. Looking at the engine from the front, you will find the casing on the left side against the back firewall. The cabin air filter is mounted vertically and is approximately 6 by 9 inches and about 2 inches deep.
Remove the cowling cover by pushing in the black cover pins and lightly prying the cover off with a screwdriver. Lift the filter out of the container.
Vacuum the inside of the container to remove any dust or debris. Wipe down the inside and outside of the container and lid with a clean damp cloth, then dry it off completely.
Insert the new cabin air filter into the container and check to make sure it is seated properly. Cover the container by putting the lid back on and gently pushing down to make sure the pins click into place.
We have a FAC127P1A and if you gently pull the lower cover by holding each side where there is an indentation it will lower so you can get to the filter. Then either replace or wash the filter. We have another model, FAA087P7A1, and we were able to pull the cover down and lift up slightly and remove the cover and wash to remove the collection of dust, etc.
On this latter model there is a collection of dust, etc. in the area where the cooling is blown into the room that I would like to know how to remove for cleaning. I feel it is unhealthy the way it is now and would like to clean it before removing for the season. I know I could use q-tips or a small piece of cloth to clean but that is pain staking.
Locate the cabin air filter container on your Ford Expedition. If you
are standing in front of the vehicle, looking at the engine, it will be
on the back, left side of the engine, next to the heater fan. You will
see a black cover over the top of the container. The air filter is
approximately 6" x 9" and about 2" deep. Look for a black casing that
will be about 10" across and 8" high. The box sits vertically against
the firewall of the vehicle.
Remove the cover of the cabin air filter by lightly prying on it with a
screwdriver. The cover is secured with plastic tabs that pop off quite
often. If this happens, you can buy replacements at your local
Remove the cabin air filter, and vacuum out the container to remove any
dust or debris. Wipe it down with a clean damp cloth and let the inside
of the container dry before inserting new filter.
Place new cabin air filter in container and secure the cover, replacing
tabs if needed. Remove tools from engine compartment and close hood.
You are now able to enjoy driving with clean air flowing through the
inside of your car.
Tools needed are a Phillips screwdriver. Open the hood. Notice the cover for the cabin filter is on the cowl on the passenger side. Remove the screw form the cover.Remove the cover by pulling toward the front of the vehicle. The filter is now visible. Remove by pushing up on the filter to loosen from housing and then pulling out toward the front of the vehicle. Replace with clean cabin filter. Replace cover by lining up the notches on either side of the cover plate to the grooves in the filter housing. Replace the screw in the cover plate. Good luck and hope this helps.